Neuronal death and oxidative stress in the developing brain.

@article{Ikonomidou2011NeuronalDA,
  title={Neuronal death and oxidative stress in the developing brain.},
  author={Chrysanthy Ikonomidou and Angela M Kaindl},
  journal={Antioxidants & redox signaling},
  year={2011},
  volume={14 8},
  pages={
          1535-50
        }
}
The developing brain is particularly vulnerable to reactive oxygen and reactive nitrogen species-mediated damage because of its high concentrations of unsaturated fatty acids, high rate of oxygen consumption, low concentrations of antioxidants, high content of metals catalyzing free radical formation, and large proportion of sensitive immature cells. In this review, we outline the dynamic changes of energy resources, metabolic requirements, and endogenous free radical scavenging systems during… CONTINUE READING

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